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Gut-brain Sugar Sensor

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Gut-brain Sugar Sensor

Credit: Tan et al./Nature 2020

Researchers have discovered that a region of the mouse brain known as the cNST (colored yellow at the top) responded to the presence of sugar, even if it was infused directly into the gut. Find out more about the study here.

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Credit: Tan et al./Nature 2020


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